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International Affairs Association Holds Panel on Burma

By Duane Paul Murphy The Catholic University’s International Affairs Association hosted a panel regarding the contemporary political situation in the Asian country of Burma on Wednesday. The event, which was held in Caldwell Hall, was sponsored by the university’s politics department and the United States Department of State Public Diplomacy Office. The event featured Jesse […]

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Sophomore Student Honored with Title of Cherry Blossom Princess

Sophomore Student Honored with Title of Cherry Blossom Princess

By Anna Mohler After being chosen from the National Conference of State Societies last week, a Catholic University student prepared for a week full of activities as a Cherry Blossom Princess. Brianna Howard, a sophomore politics major, represented her home state of Pennsylvania in the National Cherry Blossom Festival Princess Program, hoping to be the […]

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Monroe Street Farmers Market to Open

By Maria Rodriguez The Monroe Street Farmers Market opens this Saturday, April 16th on the Monroe Street Arts Walk. With more than just veggies to offer, even those less-interested in rutabagas and goat cheese will find mouth-watering meals and trendy morsels on hand. Having recently come under new management, the Monroe Street Farmers market will […]

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The Politics Corner – 4/8/16

By Christopher Motola Wisconsin Primaries Tuesday’s primaries in Wisconsin saw decisive victories for Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz, earning 56.6% and 48.2% of the vote, respectively. The state of Wisconsin was a strategic one in the races for each party. Sander’s victory over Hillary Clinton is his sixth in a row, causing several pundits to […]

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National Catholic School of Social Service at CUA Highly Ranked

National Catholic School of Social Service at CUA Highly Ranked

By Angelica Sisson The National Catholic School of Social Service at Catholic University has been ranked the top Catholic social work school in the country by The Social Work Degree Guide. Additionally, the school was ranked the number two Christian Social Work School behind Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. The Social Work Degree Guide has […]

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Speaker’s Views Spark Student Protest

Speaker’s Views Spark Student Protest

By Stephen Fasulo II Matt Walsh, a conservative blogger who many consider to be controversial, was hosted by the Counter-Culture Society, which is sponsored by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute at Catholic University, sparking student protest. Walsh was invited to speak based on the Counter-Culture Society’s mission, which according to its page on the Nest is […]

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University Launches Redesigned Website

By Duane Paul Murphy The Catholic University of America launched the first phase of its website redesign on Thursday to enhance the university’s marketable image towards potential applicants. However, other academic and individual offices and departmentmental websites have not yet been subjected to updates. The updated website, which has been in development for the past […]

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Student Government Association Votes on Amendments to Constitution

By John Connolly The Student Government Association (SGA) senate voted on four different pieces of legislation during its meeting on Monday night. Two of these bills are potential amendments to the constitution of the student government. Music school senator, Aaron Mackisey, presented three bills during the meeting. The first bill, which passed with unanimous consent, […]

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University Hires New Dean of School of Business and Economics

University Hires New Dean of School of Business and Economics

By Paige Wearmouth Newly appointed dean of the School of Business and Economics, Bill Bowman, intends to encourage fundraising for the rapidly expanding school. The Catholic University announced on April 5th the appointment of Dean Bowman, who will begin his work this August. Bowman graduated with honors as an engineering student from Northwestern University. He […]

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From the President’s Bookshelf: A Review

University President, John Garvey reviews A Deeper Vision: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Twentieth Century, by Robert Royal A Deeper Vision: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Twentieth Century is a big book. It clocks in at just under six hundred pages and just over two pounds. The sheer heft of the volume suits […]

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